The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is the world's leading organization singularly dedicated to combating addiction to alcohol and drugs with a full continuum of services.
Over the course of a year, we:
One of our key strategic objectives is people - our employees are essential in the process of propelling our organization forward to meet the challenges and opportunities ahead. Are you ready to excel in these challenges and opportunities? Do you possess the qualities below? Join Our Team!
What are we looking for?
What do we offer?
Diverse individuals encouraged to apply.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities
The Clinical Trainer is responsible for conceptualizing and delivering high-quality training and consultation services related to Hazelden Publishing’s evidence-based curricula. This position has primary responsibility for facilitating learning experiences for administrative leaders, clinical leaders, and frontline staff related to medication assisted therapy with the 12 Steps. This position delivers instructor-led training to assist customers in implementing Hazelden Publishing programs in an evidence-based manner.
Master’s degree in education, health, human services, counseling or related field
Experience delivering psychoeducation to large audiences and comfort with public speaking and facilitation of group activities.
Minimum of two years’ experience providing services to communities, individuals, or families affected by addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders.
Experience in clinical settings and knowledge of the dynamics of substance use disorder and its effect on individuals, families and communities.
Experience as part of a multidisciplinary team treating individuals with diagnosis of Opioid-Use Disorder via Medication Assisted Treatment in an integrated setting.
Demonstrated experience as a training facilitator with extensive knowledge of the following principles:
· Audience advocacy
· Respect for adult learner needs, facilitation of interactive learning experiences
· Effective use of group facilitation techniques: icebreaker activities, group energizer strategies, humor and stories that increase learner engagement
· Excellent communication skills:
· Effective use of vocal skills in conducting training:
· Use of vocal tone and volume as a communication tool
· Speaks clearly and audibly
· Intentional use of non-verbal communication to establish rapport with the audience and facilitate learning
· Effective use of presentation materials to support learning goals
· Effective use of audiovisual technology as a supporting tool for learning